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is 4:34. san jose will consider becoming the largest city in the country to ban styrofoam today voting on a draft of a bill to phase out styrofoam containers. the restaurant association says the ban would ham small businesses more than the containers hurt the environment. if a final bill passes some summer the ban takes effect next january. a grabbed opening ceremony is hold today in san francisco to open a new cruiseship material natural located at pier 27 that costs $90 million. there will be a ribbon-cutting ceremony at 1:00 o'clock. do not expect cruise ships to dock. it will first be used by the teams competing in the america's cup this summer. cruise ships arrive next spring. >> in this morning, a top silicon valley c.e.o. and former republican candidate for governor is changing her position on same-sex marriage. hewlett-packard c.e.o. is coming forward to say proposition 8, which is in front of the supreme court, should be overturned. this morning, "new york times" reports that she signed a legal brief arguing gay people have a constitutional right to marriage. she suppor
one lane there and it picks up to two lanes for the rest of the ride in the city and that will change and open up to four lanes. to the toll plaza you have light conditions there, as well, with no delays on the upper deck into san francisco and road work blocking 880 for continue more minutes. and eastbound dumbarton lanes, in the eastbound reverse direction there is work until 6:00. >> the to you bus firm involved in the deadly crash in southern california has been cited several times for safety violations. sunday night's accident in san bernardino county killed seven passengers and at least 17 others are still in the hospital. the company that operated the bus had 22 safety violations during inspections last year, including brake and tire problems. investigators believe the bus was speeding on a steep mountain side highway when the crash happened. >> safety regulators are revealing a battery overheating problem on another boeing 787 jet overheated in mid-january forcing an emergency landing. this was a week before the same problem caused a japan airlines 787 to catch fire in boston.
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